UK forecast map
|Fort William||Partly cloudy night||6 °C|
|Tiree||Clear night||6 °C|
|Glasgow||Clear night||7 °C|
|Dumfries||Partly cloudy night||7 °C|
|Norwich||Heavy shower night||11 °C|
|Peterborough||Light rain||10 °C|
|Pembroke||Partly cloudy night||7 °C|
|Swindon||Partly cloudy night||8 °C|
|Exeter||Clear night||7 °C|
Any fog patches should clear by the middle part of the morning to leave a largely dry and sunny day. Some showers will continue in the east though, locally heavy, with light rain possible in the far northwest later.
Largely dry overnight with clear spells across central and western areas giving the risk of frost and fog patches. Showers will become largely confined to eastern coasts.
Fog patches will lift through the morning to leave another generally fine day with sunny spells and fairly light winds. The odd shower is still possible across some eastern counties.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Largely dry at first with sunny spells but with showers across some eastern areas. Winds will strengthen on Sunday with rain reaching southern areas by Monday. Chilly in the wind.
Updated at: 0328 on Thu 20 Oct 2016
UK Outlook for Monday 24 Oct 2016 to Wednesday 2 Nov 2016:
Showers likely to affect eastern areas as rain perhaps moves in from the southwest, with some heavy outbreaks. The wind will strengthen with severe gales in the exposed southwest and northeast at times. High pressure is likely to become established in the south towards the end of October, with lower pressure in the north. Rain will arrive from the west, with some heavy bursts in the northwest and it'll be breezy, with strong winds in the north. Temperatures will be close to average and frosts will become less likely. For the start of November, confidence is currently rather low on the exact weather set up. However, it does look as if strong winds and the typical occasional stormy conditions that we usually see in autumn are less likely.
Updated at: 1522 on Wed 19 Oct 2016
UK Outlook for Thursday 3 Nov 2016 to Thursday 17 Nov 2016:
There is a lot of uncertainty with regard to this part of the forecast. At first at least it looks likely that the weather may be quite blocked, meaning that it will be slow to change and probably a bit drier than normal. With this we are also less likely to see strong winds and the typical occasional stormy conditions that we usually see in autumn. Later in November we may start to see more unsettled, changeable and sometimes windy weather again, mainly in the northwest.
Updated at: 1459 on Wed 19 Oct 2016
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